Former LSU WR Travin Dural, who spent the 2017 NFL
season on the Saints practice squad, broke his humerus (upper arm)
today and will have surgery.
LSU WR Travin
Dural, who spent the 2017 NFL season on the Saints
practice squad, broke his humerus (upper arm) today and will have
had made several positive impressions throughout the course of the
summer, and had started off training camp strong. He was in the
group fighting for reps as a returner as well as his duties as a
Travin Dural suffered a broken humerus today and will have surgery,
according to sources
— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill)
id=”LAodN1″>This setback will likely end his 2018 season if the
need for surgery is any indication to the severity of the break.
Recovery times can range, but a serious break requiring surgery
could lead to a recovery process
taking months to complete. Such a long time-table to
return could see Dural being placed in injured reserve.
While at LSU Dural brought in 100 receptions
for 1,716 yards and 13 touchdowns while also contributing as a
returner. This injury thins the receiver group a bit, though depth
is still considered a strength with players like Josh
Coleman, Tre’Quan Smith, Keithe Kirkwood and Tommylee
Lewis all vying for spots on the 53 man roster. We’ll
post more information as we get it.
Read the Canal Street Chronicles article: www.canalstreetchronicles.com/2018/7/29/17627816/saints-wr-travin-dural-suffers-broken-arm-will-have-surgery
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